Lethal Option - Book Review
"This has to be one of the best detective novels I have read
in some time - right up there with Lawrence Sanders! P.J.
Lawton is far from new to the world of writing and he
displays excellent story-writing skills in Lethal Option. He
shares much of the same history as his main character,
giving the detective more depth than could be achieved
I think I would classify this book as a 'thriller-mystery'. The
reader is taken on a roller-coaster ride from one seemingly
unconnected crime into another. The main character is a
Private Investigator who has a loyal heart and honestly tries
to make wrongs right whenever he can. Along with his
military history and police experiences, the PI was aware of
and listened to his sixth sense, which allowed him to detect
when things were not quite right - a lethal combination. In
his private life his heart is beginning to awaken after many
years of slumber and he is faced with a decision that he is
not sure he is ready to make. Eventually the PI encounters
something so great that it changes his destiny, and possibly
his character, forever.
I sincerely enjoyed reading and reviewing this book.
Honestly, I could not put it down and I have already begun a
second read - this time for pleasure. I will be found pacing
the floors until I can get my hands on book #2 to see what
happens next! I give this book the highest rating possible
and recommend it highly to readers who love a book that
makes you think."
Publisher: Publish America
Author: P.J. Lawton
~ Lillian Brummet - Book Reviewer - Co-author of the book Trash Talk, a guide for anyone concerned about his or her impact on the environment Author of Towards Understanding, a collection of poetry.
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